Passport with Residency
Nestled in the warm Mediterranean waters between Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, the Republic of Cyprus beckons to investors looking for a quick turnaround on their permanent residency or citizenship and passport application. The third largest and third most populous island in its home sea, Cyprus claims to be the legendary birthplace of the classical goddess of love and beauty, Aphrodite. Indeed, the Cypriot landscape has witnessed centuries of civilizations that have succeeded each other. Now, tourists flock to visit the remarkable Roman villas, Byzantine churches, Crusader fortresses, Ottoman mosques, and prehistoric sites that dot the countryside.
Greece is strategically located at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa. Greece has the longest coastline on the Mediterranean Basin and the 11th longest coastline in the world. The Greece permanent residency program is the most competitive permanent residency scheme in Europe and it is available to investors who are willing to invest in real estate in Greece.
There’s some uncertainty where the name ‘Malta’ comes from. Some believe it’s from the ancient Greeks who called the island Μελίτη (Melitē) or “honey-sweet" because of its historic honey production. While others attribute the origin of the name to the Phoenician word Maleth meaning "a haven" in reference to Malta's many bays and coves. Either way, both words are fitting for this sweet Mediterranean paradise. Historically, Malta was a naval stronghold due to its strategic positioning. Today, Malta is a hot-spot for tourism and enjoys a stable and advanced economy.
Tucked into Spain’s embrace along the northern and eastern borders and caressed by Atlantic waves on the western and southern flanks lies storied Portugal, home to picturesque villages, bustling cities, and a warm Mediterranean climate. A developed country with an advanced economy and high living standards, Portugal was impressively ranked nineteenth on the high quality of life global index rating as of 2005. The 10 million plus population operates on the Euro and establishes a global presence in a variety of industries, especially a booming export sector.